Is it necessary to have a CCS or CPC to get a job in that field
I have seen many medical billing and coding programs in the Internet. What is the objective of these programs (what do they train?). Are there good opportunities for medical billing and coding specialists? What is the basic requirement to join a medical billing and coding program?
Is this worth considering? I would like to work at home rather than comuting 1 hour each way to and from work. I have a decent job with benefits. I don't have any particular skills but I am willing to get training. I don't want to spend the rest of my life working a job that I don't enjoy.
Where would I go to find a job processing claims? Medical billing or other
I have been going to school for medical billing for the past year in a half and in that time I have been resorting to mainly freelance or odd-jobs work such as working at the flea market and selling for people over the internet. I have a good steady , full-time employment record with the exception of that year and a half. What kind of title and job description should I put on the resume for that period ? Thank you .
There are millions of Americans who can't afford food, homes, vehicles, computers, cellular phones, satellite TV, Internet access, etc.
We need Obama to bring us Universal CARE. The easiest way is to just have everyone who works turn over all their income to the government. The government will then use the aggregate funds to provide these care services to all. No one will have more, no one will have less -- we will all be equal.
Will Obama continue to bring the change that America so desperately needs?
The manager at a bbb accredited roofing company really wants me to work there, as I have excellent exlerience in sales. Anybody know what its like?
I want to know what the highest position is for a Legal Secretary, if you don't mind I would like a list from the lowest to the highest. I have tried to search this myself and I had no luck. I appreciate your help. Thank you.
I am still hesitant whether to keep original Medicare or go into a Medicare Advantage plan. How about you?
I am in Orange County California, currently living with family. I am on 'vacation' right now, but I would love to stay here for good. I've looked everywhere in the Internet and I can't find any jobs out there. I have a Bachelor's degree in Education, as well as my Masters. Is there an agency I can go to? Your help is very much appreciated!
I've read over the internet that a certified nurse / medical assistant / doctor can apply
for a green card or Visa, can't remember which though, and there's a higher chance to receive it. Is it true?
If it helps, im from Greece, my two older brothers already have a US citizenship since they were born there but currently reside in Greece and i have relatives also in US.
Okay i am 16 I graduated high school already i have my diploma and i am pregnant and need something i an do from home so i can stay here with my son and still be able to support us. I am intrested in doing the at home billing and claims specialist program by us career institute but i dont wanna put all my money into this program and it turn out to not be what it saids it is. I just need something that is worth my time and money in investing.
I have got a job in Kristiansund and would like to know the expenses in daily life.Including the community bills like water-elect-gas.
How is the weather in general.?
I have completed b.com 2009,can anyone suggest me ry8 job i have two years of exp in admin and one year for HR.But I worked in an Institute.it doesnt givre me ny exposure. i tried for top companys they looking for 1stclass mark degree level.but am averag student.can any one suggest me some ideas to work at home aswell as office work...pls if any requirement kindly suggest me frynds.
I just got a new job working as a Canine Tech Specialist at an organization that takes animals and trains them to be therapy dogs - very exciting stuff. I'm a big animal maniac so this is the perfect job for me- I plan on being there for a while while I save for vet tech. school. I'm 19 years old.
I make $7.50 an hour and work an average of 40 hours a week. The apartment I want is $440/month (that includes the pet fee per month) and the deposit is $99. I have a crappy, but semi-reliable car. It hasn't broke down yet, but it is very old. My commute to work won't be very far. I live in Ohio. My dad will still be covering my auto insurance - which is cool.
What I'm wondering is - how much should I save before taking the big leap? How much will bill be on average each month? Will I have enough to support myself? I very much want to do this, but am a little scared to put it honostly :) lol.
What are your opinions and words of advice? Thank you for your time and attention!
I was convinced from the moment I saw the review of Bill Kaysing's book: WE NEVER WENT TO THE MOON, which talked about the shadows on Lunar Photos, which go the wrong way.
When the Internet became available, I became fully convinced by the way any Question is treated in YAHOO! Answers. If the truth is on your side, why resort to *ab homina-homina* (sic) attacks?
Like they say on CSI- "It is IMPOSSIBLE to prove a LIE!" and, "You never run out of evidence!"
Lately, a video pops up showing Neil Armstrong pretending to be 100 million miles from the Earth, when in reality, it is a lot closer to 100 miles. Commander Alan Bean let slip that "Oh- we never went near the Van Allen Belts!"
The US Government has done tons of dirty stuff to its citizens all the time.
Blacks fought and died alongside Whites during their wars, and were not allowed in celebrations.
Blacks were experimented upon in the Tuskegee Experiment.
The US Government sprayed radioactives into Bus and railway stations, to test the effects on people.
Soldiers were experimented upon, to see the effect of radiation upon them.
People are taxed to their toenails, without any law requiring them to do so.
People are sent to jail for not paying these taxes, even though no law supports that.
Wars are started based on deceptions.
Politicians promise to protect the people and their employments,
but upon election, allow their factories to be outsourced- at public expense.
US Banking is legalized looting. The Federal Reserve is neither Federal, nor a reserve.
If Russia bombed America, maybe the missile would just bust through a thin crust,
and fall into a big hole and just rattle around a bit, before coming to a halt- because
the target was fake! Just a facade!
Therefore, it is no biggie that the Apollo Missions were all faked.
The American people at large have got to let this thing go- it's giving them brain damage.
@ACETEK: You are going down in my book as delivering the most hilarious insult I ever received in my life.
@CAMPBELP2002: Someone who tells the truth is open to new information all the time.
If the information is false, they provide proof. People holding onto a lie reject facts.
As a teenager in 1969, what "experience" did you have, that would make you believe they went to the Moon? Did you go to the Moon with them? You saw what you were meant to see.
1. Where were the stars in any of the Space shots?
2. Where was the rocket engine noise, during the conversations?
3. Why was there still dust for Neil Armstrong to step in?
4. Why was there no dust on the Lander's landing pads?
5. How could the Rover leave tracks on some mission, when it was still packed?
I gave examples of how Americans conspire to support lies.
Diverting the issue by saying some of it is "Racist Talk," and a "Rant," does not make the Truth go away.
Im doing my final year BBM ( Business management), i want to know which course has 100?romising job and also highly demandful in every sector and every type of organisation ? Ive listed some of the courses ive found from internet :
1. Hospital management
2. Supply chain management
3. Retail management
4. Hospitality management
5. Real estate management
6. Aviation management
7. IT management
And so on ...
Can anyone tell which course will be better for me .
Hi, I have read things on the internet about how hard is to get a job in Scotland right now. I am 21 and my boyfriend is 20, I would like for us and our dog to be able to move to Scotland sometime in the next three to four years. Although, I was wondering if there were any colleges in Scotland that have a dental assisting program? I know there are some equestrian programs which are great, but are there dental assisting with the equestrian programs? And if i were able to move how would my boyfriend be able to go with me on a student visa? and how long could we stay? I know that for 2 one-way tickets its almost 2,000. Not counting the cost of a car, rent, bills, groceries, ect. and is there a deposit on dogs and such? I will honestly say I don't much about Scotland but I would love to. I would love to live there and go to school there and work there. It is such a beautiful place. Thanks for any help :)
...when your career "hit the wall?"
I am currently a permanent teleworker at my job at a NPO, working from home five days a week. My company provided the equipment, they pay for all the internet service (for now), and I make the most money I ever have since I began working in high school. And that's without having a college degree!
Now here's the problem: I've been trying to take a step up, move into a position that offers a higher salary and more responsibility. But I've discovered that all the areas that I can get training in are already covered by co-workers, who might feel threatened if I started asking to work in their particular areas. Since our company encourages training and development, I've even consulted HR specialists at work, who've told me that my abilities exceed my job position, and that there's really nothing available to someone in my position w/o having a degree. So...do I go after a degree, or start shopping around for another job? Would a headhunter help me?
Just some extra details to elaborate: I am 46 years-old, and although that I've been told that age should not be a factor in your decision to continue your education, it will still affect my ability to get a job in a market where younger people are preferred, even with a business degree. That seems like a poor excuse for not going for it, but I also have a $14K student loan I'm still trying to repay from a previous stint at a business school, and the average debt these days after earning a four-year degree can run as high as $50K. What I'm looking for here is some reasonable alternatives to accumulating all that debt.